In this week’s blog, we wrote about core values and the deal breakers for a relationship. These articles have a lot of suggestions for you.
How to Find Out What You Want in a Relationship “Knowing exactly what you want out of a relationship is very difficult, especially if you’re young or inexperienced. Even if you’ve dated many other people, every relationship is unique, and you might have different priorities now than you have had in the past. Finding out what you want in a relationship can be a laborious process, but it’s worth it.”
Tony Robbins on How To Master Relationships This is a pitch for an audio program, but the article itself goes into great detail about how to create a better relationship “Some of the best relationship advice I learned long ago is that “opposites attract, but similarities bind.” I also learned that “true love is falling in love with the same person over and over.” But it’s time to dive deeper. Much deeper. This article is a deep dive on how to find love, create your ultimate relationship, and improve your relationship skills.”
When a ‘deal breaker’ really isn’t. Knowing what’s important in a relationship “Imagine your ideal mate. What would he or she look like? Do for a living? Be passionate about? Now imagine who that person wouldn’t be. What characteristics would immediately shoot up a red flag and have you hightailing it in the other direction?”